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LinuxPR: BigStorage announces the K2 NAS --the only second-generation network attached storage system

Feb 14, 2001, 21:44 (0 Talkback[s])

"The K2 NAS offers ease of use and manageability. The entire system can be plugged directly into your network and be up and running in minutes."

"BigStorage Inc., the market leader in open systems storage, announced at LinuxWorld the rollout of their K2 NAS, a groundbreaking network attached storage device. The K2 combines the power and flexibility of the Linux OS with redundancy features at every level, including integrated network and storage processors. BigStorage has developed the K2 to bring enterprise customers an affordable, scalable, and fault tolerant alternative to the proprietary systems of first-generation NAS."

"The K2 really is the first of its kind," said Sam Bogoch, CEO of BigStorage. "It scales from one to forty terabytes, and comes with dual redundant server processors, hardware RAID controllers, snapshot software for file system archiving, and journaling file systems-- all this powered by an open-source technology. With the K2, BigStorage is ushering in a new era of open storage at the enterprise level."

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